Katelyn Mallyon will leave it until later in the week to put serious thought into when she might be fit to resume race riding.

The popular apprentice is recovering from minor injuries sustained when she was dislodged from Second Base around 400m from home in the second race at Moonee Valley on Friday night.

Mallyon was treated for more than 15 minutes on the track following the incident and was transported to hospital to undergo tests, which revealed no serious injuries.

But Mallyon’s manager Matthew Alesci said she was still feeling the effects of the fall and would not be rushed on a return date.

“I spoke to her this morning and she’s still a bit stiff and sore,” he said. “She’s got a stiff back and her wrist is badly sprained.

“There’s no time-frame on when she’ll be back, she just wants to wait until she’s A-OK. We’ll just see how she is during the week.

“It didn’t look good when the ambulance was still around her after 15 minutes, so it was a good result considering.” (www.racing.com)

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